Jay Trucks Recognized by Michigan Supreme Court for 50 Years of Service

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Jay Trucks, of Jay Trucks & Associates law firm in Michigan recognized by Chief Justice of the Michigan Supreme Court, Robert P. Young Jr.

Jay Trucks, founder of Jay Trucks & Associates, has received a congratulatory letter from Chief Justice Robert P. Young Jr. thanking him for passing the 50-year-mark of service in the community as a lawyer. The letter was sent on behalf of the Michigan Supreme Court.

In the letter, Trucks was recognized as an example for his fellow lawyers and acknowledged he is committed not only to clients, but to the rule of law itself. The letter also stated that since his 50 years prior to passing the bar, Trucks has been faithful to the Constitution and its principles.

Trucks was honored by the letter, and said since he first began practicing law, he has taken personal satisfaction in helping victims tackle difficult problems that face them.

β€œIt seems like yesterday that I started,” said Trucks. β€œI don't have any plans to stop now.”

Jay Trucks & Associates has represented thousands of injured people and collected millions of dollars on their behalf. They fight for the injured and are known by their peers as tough negotiators with insurance companies. They have represented numerous personal injury victims in the state of Michigan; and they collect no fees unless they get the compensation their clients are owed.

About Jay Trucks & Associates

Jay Trucks & Associates is a Michigan personal injury law firm serving Flint, Saginaw, Traverse City and the entire Lower Peninsula. Jay Trucks & Associates is highly respected by both their adversaries and peers. They use the most up-to-date technology to move cases quickly through the system which helps to achieve the best final result for their clients. Jay Trucks & Associates is a law firm of the highest integrity that is dauntless in its pursuit of justice. For more information, visit their website: http://www.jtrucks.com

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